Important update regarding our May 2020 forum cancellation due to COVID-19
West Coast AML Forum is closely following the developments surrounding novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and monitoring the guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other authorities. The threats associated with COVID-19 are changing rapidly.
For 27 years, we have looked forward to hosting industry professionals at our conferences To ensure we take the necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of the attendees, we have made the difficult but important decision to cancel for 2020. We look forward to hosting the 28th Annual WCAML Forum in 2021 and hope to see you there.
You will receive a full refund for your registration fees. You DO NOT need to request a refund.
Answers to commonly asked questions:
Q. Will I receive a refund for my registration?
A. You will receive a full refund applied to the credit card used for the purchase. If you paid via check and that check has already been mailed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for reimbursement.
Q. What will happen to my hotel reservation?
A. Registrants must cancel their own hotel reservations. The Marines Memorial Club and Hotel reservation line is 1-800-562-7463.
It is your responsibility to cancel and confirm the refund status on any deposits paid. If you have any issues with the Marines Memorial Club and Hotel, please let us know.
Q. Will WCAML Forum reschedule to another date?
A. We have no plans to reschedule for 2020, but look forward to seeing you in May 2021.
Q. Whom do I contact for more information?
A. Please contact email@example.com. with any other questions.
About the West Coast Anti-Money Laundering Forum
Over twenty years ago a small group of San Francisco-based bankers began meeting for lunch with local representatives from IRS Criminal Investigations to discuss Bank Secrecy Act-related issues and concerns. This was years before all the due diligence and investigative requirements were mandated by the USA PATRIOT Act and even before SAR reporting. Over the years these luncheons evolved into a nationally recognized annual conference where members of the financial industry and law enforcement come together with common goals – to gain a better understanding of the challenges we all face, receive updates on current topics and trends and more importantly, to forge a cooperative relationship.
The conference is planned and executed by a group of volunteers from a cross section of the financial industry and law enforcement. This group plans an agenda that covers current regulatory action and other emerging topics. They try to select a mix that appeals to the needs of both the financial industry and law enforcement. Among the most popular sessions are those where law enforcement representatives share stories of actual cases that resulted from SARs. The press is not invited to this conference so speakers and attendees can be candid in their remarks without fear of repercussion. Attendance is limited creating a relaxed and more intimate environment with lots of opportunity for networking. Because this conference is organized by volunteers and is not a profitable enterprise, attendance fees are always reasonable.